Resize image files online
Resize image files online
- Upload the photo you want to resize.
- In the drop-down menu, choose the format you want your images to be converted to.
- You can also use the DPI to change the image size when it comes to printing.
- Click on "Start" to resize your photo.
|This tool changes the width and height of your file. If you only want to lower the file size, head over to Compress Image|
BeFunky is a great free image resizing tool. It can resize images with unmatched ease and use the «Resize Image» tool to maintain high resolution. With the «Resize Image» tool, you can easily adjust the size of social media photos and keep the cover photos up-to-date without losing quality.
To save time, you can try to use the «Batch Image Resizer» tool. Just drag and drop your images, choose the ideal percentage ratio or pixel amount, and the server will resize them immediately. With just a few clicks, you will get the entire batch of high-quality, appropriately sized images.
Step 1. Go into BeFunky editor then click the drop-down icon of the «Open» button to upload the image from your computer, Google Drive, Google Photos, and other platforms.
Step 2. Click the «Edit» > «Resize» to start to resize the image.
Step 3. Type in your new width and height dimensions in the blank and click the blue checkmark button.
Step 4. Click the «Save» button which shows in the menu bar at the top of the page to save your image to your computer or other cloud accounts.
How to Resize Your Images for Any Platform
Every online platform has different dimension requirements for images. A Facebook cover photo, for example, must be 820 x 312. And an Instagram thumbnail must be 161 x 161. The list goes on — LinkedIn, Tumblr, Twitter, and YouTube have their own size requirements.
We know this can quickly get confusing.
So we’ve built our free online image resizer so that it automatically resizes your image to the correct dimensions for any given platform.
From our “Size” drop-down list, you’ll see a lot of different options.
Just choose whichever platform and type of image you’re trying to optimize and we’ll do the rest.
Don’t have Picture Manager or Preview? No problem
As there are so many different picture editing software packages out there, we’ve chosen only to cover the two main options. However, if you don’t have either of these, there is another way you can edit your image.
Pic Resize www.picresize.com is an online service you can use to resize your images. Follow the instructions on screen to edit your images as needed.
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How to Resize an Image on a Mac
The Mac is a powerful tool for people that want to edit images. Many graphic artists prefer to use a Mac when editing, though whether this is a professional or personal choice is up for debate. The available tools are still quite useful though. Here are some of the easiest to use:
1. Preview for Mac
The default photo and image viewer for the macOS, it comes with several editing options including resizing. To do so, follow these steps:
Open the file you want to resize on the Preview App.
Click on Tools, then choose Adjust Size.
Choose ‘Resample’ image.
To do batch image resizes, open multiple images in the same window, then follow the steps as given above.
2. Adobe Photoshop
This popular photo editing program is also available for use on Mac. The steps for image resizing are the same as those for the PC.
TinyJPG/TinyPNG: This site allows you to reduce the file size of your images. There are no editing features; instead, TinyJPG/TinyPNG focuses on compressing files to ultimately reduce the file size, stripping unnecessary data from your image. This also preserves quality and is best used as a complementary tool to other editing techniques used to reduce file size. TinyJPG/TinyPNG are free to use.
Bulk Web Resizer: Do reduce file size for images in bulk, this site allows you upload a batch of images and then resize according to your desired dimensions. You can also adjust the image quality to your needs (choose 100 if you want to preserve the original quality), as well as sharpen images.
ImageOptim: ImageOptim can be used in your web browser or via a Mac application. To shrink files, ImageOptim gets rid of EXIF metadata, such as GPS position and the camera’s serial number — however, you can choose to keep specified metadata intact (which is essential to optimizing your product photos for SEO).
There’s also a Lossy minification option, which ImageOptim says will result in the smallest file size possible, while preserving image quality. ImageOptim has pricing plans, starting at $9/month for 1,000 image optimizations.
Rotate Photo or Image
Photos taken with some cameras (especially iPhone and iPad cameras using iOS 5 and later) may need to be rotated and/or saved in correct orientation before being uploaded into CTI Navigator. (See "Fix Photo Orientation " for details.)
You can easily rotate a photo or scanned image in a clockwise or counterclockwise direction in Windows as follows.
Paint users in Windows 10, 8 and 7:
- Open the image in Paint (one of the Windows Accessories apps).
- Click the Home tab
- Click the Rotate Icon
- Select Rotate Right 90 �, Rotate Left 90�, Flip Vertical, Flip Horizontal.
Paint users in Windows Vista and XP:
- Open the image in Paint (one of the Windows Accessories programs).
- Click Image
- Click Flip/Rotate
- In the box that opens, select to flip an image horizontally or vertically, or rotate the image by 90, 180, or 270 degrees.
PIXresizer (download) can be used to both rotate images and reduce their file size.
To rotate a photo on a Mac, launch the iPhoto app. Then select File, Import, Rotate Clockwise (or Counterclockwise).
Online service: You also can resize, rotate, flip or crop an image in your browser by using an online image editor such as the free Google Photos, or FlipMyPhotos.
For additional information on using Photos in CTI Navigator, see also " Fix Photo Quality Issues (Resolution, Orientation, and Image Sharpness)."
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- Design Flyers and Reports
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- Google’s "Picasa" Photo Organizer
- How To Compress a PDF File Using SmallPDF.com, Preview on Mac, or Adobe Acrobat Pro (by WikiHow)
- How to Use Paint in Windows 8 (by Microsoft)
- How to Shrink PDF File Size (5 methods)
- InfanView (free) Graphic Viewer and Editor for Windows
- Microsoft Video on How To Resize a Picture Using Paint
- Resize, Rotate or Convert Format of Image with free PIXresizer program
- Shrink Pictures
- Use Document Manager & Create PDF
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